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Around The Lake
Fri Nov 24 2006, 11:30PM Email Thread Print View

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Winter is here and the resorts will be open soon so clean your lodges for the guest

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BBB
Fri Nov 24 2006, 11:35PM
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Time to change the sheets again, huh? Hmmm......I thought we already did that when the time changed.....
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Cat
Sat Nov 25 2006, 07:56AM
Guest:
BBB wrote ...

Time to change the sheets again, huh? Hmmm......I thought we already did that when the time changed.....

Thats gross. I used to clean rooms. I get so grossed out in hotel rooms. Like some of the big hotels chains give you a time limit to clean them. Its just not enough time to do a good job. The grossest thing in a room the bedspread.
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BBB
Sat Nov 25 2006, 10:22AM
Guest:
I know Cat. I won't mention any names, but there are some places up here that are a little on the forgetful side (purposely) when changing out linen. We have quilts and they have to be washed regularly. We also triple sheet like they do at Four Seasons and the Ritz (not that I'd ever go to one of those).

My philosophy has always been that if I wouldn't sleep in that bed, then my guests won't either. Thus, my beds are made to MY STANDARDS or they aren't made at all. We even did ouir vacation rentals the same way.

BTW....My housekeepers spend at least 1.25-1.5 hours cleaning each cabin and I am happy with that. Mine are mostly studio cabins withouit full kitchens. Wde also fill the bath tubs and jacuzzi tubs up with water. The jacuzzi tub gets a powder sanitizer ran thru the jets. Then, a bathroom disinfectanct/cleaner is used. It grosses me out to think that some of my fellow lodgers don't do that.
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Sat Nov 25 2006, 12:18PM

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I'm curious if anyone periodically checks the rooms' walls, carpets, etc. with a blacklight, looking for signs of biological 'stuff'.

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Stay thirsty my friends...
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Cat
Sat Nov 25 2006, 12:39PM
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No they don't do that. I am not going to mention some of the stuff I have cleaned up in rooms.

One thing I do now sence I can stay in them and not clean them. I aways tip the housekeeper, sometimes I'll even clean up. Never sleep with the bedspread.
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does anybody rent like a small space . for a week or so?
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I'm thinking there's no place like home.

It just goes to show you, it's always something.
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i can even bunk in the living room ...
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MtnTeach - the ballot boxes aren’t third party. They are official county elections office drop boxes.


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